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Portobello Road | Ladbroke Grove, London W11 1LU, England
Open today: 09:00 - 18:00
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Portobello Road is probably the world’s best known market. Though famous for antiques, that’s not all there is. It’s a haven for lovers of fashion, food, books and music; anyone who wants to find something unique or loves a bargain. It’s real...More
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Portobello road is very vibrant on a Friday & Saturday; it is hectic especially around July and August.
There are many coffees shops and exciting restaurants.
And cafes to eat, even if you are vegan or a meat eater, at the top end of the...More
I haven’t been to this market in over 20years, so it was special going with my son and husband who don’t know it. There were hardly any crowds at around 11:00, it was sunny and So many happy memories flooded back to when I worked...More
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We visited Portobello Road market on a Saturday morning. It is large and seems as if every house has a pop up stall in front of it. There are many stalls with varied wares. A lot of the articles on sale are priced higher than...More
Spent at wonderful dag with my two adult daughters. Looking, feeling, smelling and admiring different antiques, bling-bling, laces and stuff with history and charm. Plus the surroundings also had colour and athmosphere
I have only been a couple of times but seems good on a Saturday for ceramics and small antique items. Pricey perhaps but can find good quality in the arcades. The street markets are lower key and look fun for passing a few hours browsing.
Even if you're not buying, visiting Portobello Road Market is always a great way to spend part of your day. You can find just about anything and there's some amazing antique stalls and art that are always worth looking at.
Original, genuino, mercadillo de verdad. Siempre compras algo. Está en Notting hill.
Origineller, echter, authentischer Flohmarkt. Du kaufst immer etwas. Es ist in Notting Hill.
Original, genuine, real flea market. You always buy something. It's in Notting hill.
We had been here a few years ago, and wanted to visit it again. Great atmosphere lots of stalls, some good and some not so good. It does get very busy as the day rolls on.
Great pub the castle worth a stop.
Stop at Portobello Road Station and visit all the area from Italian restaurants to Portobello Market (abt. 4 km long). It will take abt. 3 hrs to scan all the shops managed by old and passionate people... Basically, they believe in hobby more than taking...More
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